Meet the Staff
The arts engagement staff help connect you to the arts at Brandeis.
Before coming to Brandeis in 2006, Ingrid worked at the Office for the Arts at Harvard. She taught creative writing and drama at the Commonwealth School in Boston, the Putney School and St. Paul's School, and mentored young teachers at Breakthrough Cambridge, which creates paths to college for middle school students with high potential and limited opportunities.
Affiliations: Arts Administrators in Higher Education, a nationwide association of college and university professionals whose primary focus is to develop and facilitate opportunities for students to create and engage with the arts.
Ed.M: Harvard Graduate School of Education.
ABJ: University of Georgia's Henry Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Quinn Corte (she/her) collaborates with Arts Engagement and other campus partners on producing the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts.
Quinn has 12 years' experience in project management and design at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and the ICA and is creator of The Retreat Space, an online supportive community for practicing self-care. She writes: "From soul retreats to summer camp; from design meetings to dance class, growth through community is my deepest joy."
Sam Forman (he/him) is a history and American studies major with minors in Hispanic studies and religious studies. He is a curatorial intern at the Rose Art Museum, sings with the student a cappella group Proscenium and is an orientation leader.